Good Vet in SE1

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Monday 10 August 2009 8.53pm
Hi folks ,

Can anyone recommend a good Vet in the SE1 area ? Have just got myself a bundle of mischief , namely an 8 week old kitten . (who at the moment seems to have great joy in jumping on my head whilst im asleep and then attacking my ears !! )
Monday 10 August 2009 9.35pm
Andrew Kirby on Grange Road has always been fantastic for my cats
Monday 10 August 2009 11.21pm
I would second that, they were good with my cat, and very kind when I had to have her put down.
They have clients who have been going to them for years, and staff who have been working there for years, which is always a good sign.
Tuesday 11 August 2009 7.50am
i can third that.
Tuesday 11 August 2009 8.45am
More expensive than most, but I'm another very pleased customer of Andrew Kirby. I normally see Anne there, but she's about to go on maternity leave.
Tuesday 11 August 2009 12.24pm
I can fourth (or is it fifth?) Andrew Kirby's practice.

Even if it's a Saturday and you've not got an appointment, they tell you that you can bring your pet in and that they'll just squeeze them in anyway.

Tuesday 11 August 2009 5.57pm
I've been using Andrew Kirby for the last ten years and they are so nice, as well as being good at what they do.

My dog has just been diagnosed with a very rare form of skin cancer, and they have been really on the ball, referring me to a specialist and explaining what it all means.

They are really nice people, and there's free parking on Spa Road on a Saturday and Sunday.
Wednesday 12 August 2009 12.38am
thanks for the replies , will register him there asap .

Although the worst thing at the moment is ME suffering with all the minor scratches on my hands from the play fighting with the kitty and then at work rubbing alcohol disinfectant gel into my hands multiple times during a shift and then getting a rather uncomfortable "stinging" sensation ! ouch ! lol
Wednesday 12 August 2009 7.29am
Did you get him insured?
Wednesday 12 August 2009 9.39am
Andrew Kirby was v helpful in giving 'advice' as to which insurers pay up and which quibble. Strictly speaking they did not give advice but gave strong hints as to which they would personally go for.
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